(elidable) terminator of mathematical/formal quote with mau'au

See also: mau'au.

- ci'au'i
*(exp!)* - mensonge at-most-3-ary operator: integer lattice ball; the set of all points belonging to the intersection of Z
^{n}with the closure of the ball that is centered on X_{1}and has radius X_{2}in metric X_{3}, where Z is the set of all integers and where, for any set A and non-negative integer n, A^{n}is the set of all n-tuples such that each coordinate/entry/term belongs to A - du'a'e
*(exp!)* - mekso n-ary ordered operator: structure creator/ordered tuple, 'endow'; the structure formed by underlying set X
_{1}(as) endowed with element, order, quoted operator, etc. X_{2}, X_{3}, ... - du'a'o
*(exp!)* - mekso binary operator: extract substructure/underlying set/endowing operator; the substructure (general sense; includes just operator, order, set, etc.) of X
_{1}(structure; explicitly given by {du'a'e}) which is formed by collecting the ith entries of that {du'a'e}-tuple in order together into their own {du'a'e}-tuple (or by extracting them naked into the ambient environment if X_{2}is a singleton) for all i in set X_{2} - fa'ai'ai
*(exp!)* - mekso k-ary operator, for natural k and 1 < k < 5: ordered input (f, g, S, m) where f and g are functions, S is a set of positive integers or "ro" (="all"), and m is 0 or 1 (as a toggle); output is a function equivalent to the function f as applied to an input ordered tuple with g applied to the entries/terms with indices in S (or to all entries/terms if S="ro") if m=0, or g left-composed with the same if m=1.
- kei'au
- mekso operator: finite result set derived from/on set A with/due to operator/function B under ordering of application C
- mau'au
- mekso: conversion of operator/function to operand
- sei'au
- terbri editor: passes the terbri value through the quoted function so that the sumti that fills it really is filling the output of the function
- enfa
- x
_{1}abstractly pertains to an exponential/root/logarithmic relationship between the elements of x_{2}(ordered pair) which are related via concrete relationship x_{3}. - faukne
- x
_{1}is a mathematical object for/to which operator x_{2}is defined/may be applied when under conditions x_{3}under definition (of operator)/standard/type x_{4}